Hello all.. I'm newbie here and with linux too and wouldn't wan't to trouble anyone here without trying to find solution myself first, but..
I tried to install gGo game (from http://igs.joyjoy.net/java/gGo/index.html
) and when I tried to run it I got this message:
[starquake@localhost starquake]$ ggo
which: no java in (/usr/X11R6/bin:/usr/local/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/games:/home/starquake/bin)
Your JAVA_HOME environment variable is not set.
Either add the java command to your path, or set the JAVA_HOME
Best modify your .bashrc file to have this set permanently.
so , did I miss something while installing java? What/how should I do this adding java command to a path? I've got linux mandrake for a week and have no previous experience with command line at all (didn't need it with xp)
I followed instructions on thread 51748 by nakkaya,but couldn't properly do this:
* Linking the plugin to Mozilla and Galeon (Galeon uses Mozilla plugins).
* We should still be in super user mode. If not than become super user again: su (password).
ln -s /usr/java/j2sdk1.4.1_01(2 in my case)/jre/plugin/i386/ns610/libjavaplugin_oji.so /usr/lib/mozilla-1.1/plugins/ (here I got error message no such path..)
* Now your browers (Mozilla and Galeon) will display Java2 1.4.1 websites.
* Exit as super user. Type: exit"
java seems to work with mozilla though..
Could someone help out and tell me what to do? I really wish not to install windows again just for one silly boardgame I'm addicted to.. Also, I'd love to know how to make a clickable icon to that ggo-game..(esp. how to set the path.?)
thank you for your time,